CRC News – Week of June 19, 2017
The following email news update was shared with NCCRT members and partners on Tuesday, July, 20th, 2017. Please email email@example.com to subscribe to our regular email updates.
Registration is now open for two upcoming NCCRT webinars!
Register for Tuesday, June 27th Webinar Introducing the Updated Evaluation 101 Toolkit
Join us on Tuesday, June 27th at 2:00pm ET for the next NCCRT webinar, during which we will introduce the updated NCCRT Colorectal Cancer Screening Evaluation 101 Toolkit. Registration is now open. The purpose of the webinar is to introduce participants to the updated NCCRT Evaluation 101 toolkit, which will be available next week. During the webinar, we’ll review the 7 steps to program evaluation through the lens of various colorectal cancer screening interventions, while also highlighting new case studies, tools and templates. Content will be delivered by speakers from 2:00pm to 3:00pm ET, but speakers will stay on until 3:15pm ET to answer questions. Speakers will include: Cheryl Holm-Hansen, Amanda Hane, Heather Dacus, Heather M. Brandt and Andrea (Andi) Dwyer.
The webinar is open to NCCRT members, 80% by 2018 partners, CDC grantees, ACS Health Systems and Communications staff, and new partners interested in getting engaged in colorectal cancer screening efforts. You must be registered to join the webinar. Please visit this link for more information and to register: http://nccrt.org/webinar-evaltoolkitupdate/ Join us during the webinar to learn more!
Register for Thursday, July 27th Webinar on Links of Care
Join us on Thursday, July 27th at 1:00pm ET for an NCCRT webinar, during which we will share what we’ve learned so far from our Links of Care pilot project. Registration is now open. The Links of Care pilots seek to improve colorectal cancer screening and follow up care for uninsured and underinsured patients by strengthening relationships between community health centers and the surrounding medical neighborhood. Speakers will include: Suzanne Lagarde, Julia Williams, Chris Singer and Kara Riehman, who will provide a brief overview of specific pilots, while also discussing implementation, workflows and lessons learned.
The webinar is open to NCCRT members, 80% by 2018 partners, CDC grantees, ACS Health Systems and Communications staff, and new partners interested in getting engaged in colorectal cancer screening efforts. You must be registered to join the webinar. Please visit this site to register and for additional background: http://nccrt.org/webinar-links-of-care-update/